ROSS RGC-65 SERIES Tube Blaster
65W transistor amp
HP 12 "80w 4Ohm no mark indicates
Vinyl surface, platic parts, a rubber grip
2 channels, Clean and Blaster (Overdrive to say everything ^ ^)
The effects are Reverb and Chorus
Front Panel (D G):
- Switch "Blaster" (activating overdrive)
- Jack F 6.35: Input
- Potentiomtre "Volume"
- Potentiomtre "Drive"
- Potentiomtre "Master"
- Potentiomtre "Treble"
- Potentiomtre "Middle"
- Potentiomtre "Bass"
- Potentiomtre "Reverb"
- Switch "Chorus"
- Potentiomtre "Rate"
- Potentiomtre "Depth"
- Led Red
- Switch "Power"
Rear Facing (G D):
- Base "Primary Fuse" (what the fuse)
- Jack F 6.35 "Head Phone"
- Jack F 6.35 "Reverb Pedal"
- Jack F 6.35 "Chorus Pedal"
- Jack F 6.35: "Return"
- Jack F 6.35: "Send"
- Jack F 6.35 "Line Out"
- Jack F 6.35 "Tube Blaster Pedal"
In faitn 10 because I put on paper, there is everything you need
Setup is simple, no chi-chi, turn a knob has changed the sound without problem.
As for getting a good sound ... I will not be as optimistic.
The manual ... I do not know if I got it one day.
So it's a sense amplifier that is versatile and should be trs suit every style ...
Unfortunately the default which prevents large to have a good sound, is that all you can get it is soft, but incomparable softness. Ms. my first amp has more potato.
Now I've never tried it on with a cab or another HP.
Perhaps would it be in the spot.
Finally, it is an antique that's sorely lacking, potato, yet it has good RPTES shoots well.
It was purchased in 1993 (if I remember even in the 2000 Frs.
In the era it a silent branch Aria Pro II Mad Axe.
The two conjugus this n'tait not the top for sound and to progress. I think that's what I dmotiv the era.
When I recommenced I bought a Classic 30 and from the Ross is alone in his corner.
Well I think c'tait a super versatile amp but it has not had a drop of Personal and gouache he would MRIT